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“Best of FilmOneFest 2010” at the Showroom in Asbury Park, 8 pm Saturday, September 18

ASBURY PARK, NJ – Did you miss FilmOneFest 2010?  Or would you really like to see those succinct minute-long movies again on a big screen?  On Saturday, September 18,  The Showroom in Asbury Park will be screening “The Best of FilmOneFest 2010.”  [http://www.filmonefest.org/]

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FilmOneFest 2010 One Minute Film: “Flip it” – still photo credit – Adam Huber, MO

FilmOneFest Director Robert O’Connor will present the films, and talk about the concept of a 60 second film, a distillation of the essence of an idea into a minute of video.  See award-winning original films from this summer’s festival, plus a montage of video “treats”  selected by O’Connor, including the original “short-short film,” the 50 second movie “Sortie des Usines Lumière à Lyon” created by the Lumiere Brothers in 1895.


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FilmOneFest 2010 One Minute Film:  “Scenes from a Train III” still photo credit – Paul Johannessen, Japan

The Showroom, at 708 Cookman Ave., is a store-front theater, the first permanent movie theater in Asbury Park in 30 years, and also a space for live performances and community events.  Tickets to “The Best of FilmOneFest 2010 are $9, and can be purchased at the theater, 732-502-0472, or online at http://www.theshowroomap.com/


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...